Alfredo Lescaille

Photo: Janine Harris Photography

Alfredo Lescaille was raised in Lake Worth, Florida where he received his early training at the Jon Mullen Performing Arts Center. He was among the first graduating class at the Palm Beach County School of the Arts (now Dreyfoos). Upon graduation, he spent one year training with Joan Miller at the Palm Beach Ballet Center. Later he studied on full scholarship at Hartford Ballet and Pittsburg Ballet Theatre.

As a professional dancer, Alfredo has danced for Colorado Ballet, Ballet Memphis, Orlando Ballet and Ballet Florida. He has worked for various choreographers and directors such as Fernando Bujones, Martine Van Hamel, Bruce Marks, Peter Pucci and Christopher Wheeldon. He has danced principal roles in many ballets including Cinderella, Don Quixote, La Fille Mal Gardee, Romeo & Juliet and A Midsummer Nights Dream. Mr. Lescaille has also danced in many neoclassical and contemporary ballets such as  Allegro Brilliante, Configurations, The River and Western Symphony. He has also worked as an instructor and guest artist at various professional programs throughout the country. In addition to working as a ballet dancer, Mr. Lescaille  performed for Disney’s Animal Kingdom as “The Male Bird”  in the Festival of the Lion King.

In addition to being a principal teacher at FDC, Mr. Lescaille is the husband of Heather Lescaille and father to their son, Jude.